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Why locals recommend it
Millennium Park is definitely worth seeing. You can find a lot of historic and modern sights, as well as the Chicago Art Institute in the park. During the summer time you can enjoy concerts, festivals and outdoor activities out there.
Tips from locals
Located in the heart of downtown Chicago, is home to the iconic Cloud Gate statue (aka “The Bean”), interactive fountains, tranquil gardens, free events, public art, skating rinks, rock climbing, and plenty of green space.
Of course the Bean is always a must! So many different area to explore around the Bean as well!
Millennium Park is part of the larger Grant Park, located in downtown Chicago. Located close to many of the major attractions, as well as great shopping, this area of the city is a convenient place to enjoy yourself.
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